ABOUT THE MUSEUM

ABOUT THE MUSEUM

The Osgoode Township Rural Museum’s mandate is to collect, preserve, display, study, interpret and make accessible the material and cultural heritage of the Osgoode Township as a means to further the understanding of the former Osgoode Township's significance to the greater Ottawa community as an example of rural and agricultural life.

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Events

MonSep

The Roaring 1920s in Rural Osgoode! Virtual Harvest Fest

The Osgoode Township Museum, located in Vernon ON, is a non-profit, charitable community museum that has been serving the local community since 1973! We share the stories of...

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FriOct

Museum Talks - Countryside Chronicles: The Latimer Diary

Countryside Chronicles: The Latimer Diary More than a hundred years ago, Millie Latimer lived with her brother, his wife and their three sons on a 100 acre farm north of...

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Latest Articles

August 5, 2021

COVID-19 Virtual Exhibit

July 29, 2021

BEE-autifucation Mural Project

July 16, 2021

Story Walks at the Museum

April 29, 2021

Museum Talks #1 - Connecting with the Collection